The Canaries have slipped down to sixth place in the table in recent weeks after failing to build on their strong start to the season.
However, with the visit of Bolton Wanderers up next on Friday, Adams is hopeful that his team can pick up three important points.
"The spirit is good. The players aren't stupid – they know they're playing well enough to win games, as we've said many, many times," he told the club's official website. "They're as desperate as we all are to turn those performances into winning games, as we feel they merit.
"We're eagerly looking forward to Friday night, it's another home game and it's an opportunity to again produce a performance but take the three points."
While Norwich have struggled for a consistent run of form during the past few weeks, Bolton travel to Carrow Road with two wins from their last three games.